The coronavirus doesn’t care about borders, geopolitics, or any other man-made obstacles to cooperation.
The United States should be the convening authority and coordinator of a response to a global threat now taking the lives of its own citizens.
Women’s political participation is not only a human right, but also key for sustainable development and a thriving democracy.
Women around the world face especially high hurdles to participating in political parties. But political transitions are moments to break patterns of exclusion. Why do some parties that form in these transitional periods establish rules and norms that promote women’s participation, while others do not?
Can the World Health Organization (WHO) be better than the member states of the United Nations that ultimately have a considerable say on its operations?
The global economy is on extended sick leave and central banks’ actions have failed to contain the contagion.
Delhi has become the seed of unease and tension as violence and riots have broke out between the Hindus and Muslims.
Carnegie President Bill Burns will host Chef Andrés for a wide-ranging and timely conversation, part of The Morton and Sheppie Abramowitz Lecture Series.
The coronavirus has taken a devastating toll on its victims in China and elsewhere. But the epidemic has also exposed the downsides of leaning too heavily on China to power neighboring economies.
The NRC was established in 2003 via an amendment to the Citizenship Act to create a register of all Indian citizens. The aim back then was to target undocumented migrants, particularly in Assam, a neighbouring state of Bangladesh from which many migrants have come.